Luigi C. Salce.
He was born in Southbridge, on September 11, 1938, and was the son of Jeanne (Desaulniers) Salce of Southbridge, and late Oswald C. Salce.
In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by 9 children, Jennifer Reynolds, and her husband Michael, Jeffrey Salce, Satina Salce, Luigi Salce, III, Mark Salce and his wife Susan, Matthew Salce and his wife Missy, Michael Salce and his wife Deborah, Anthony Salce, and Jennifer Duhaime and her husband Robert; 8 grandchildren, Tyler Rulli, Christopher, Shawna, Ryan, Kyle, and Marc Anthony Salce, and Austin and Audrey Duhaime; a brother, John Salce, and his wife Judy; and many nieces and nephews.
Mr. Salce attended from Worcester Junior College Worcester Junior College was a private two-year college located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Prior to its closure in 1989, the College offered Associate's degrees in liberal arts and sciences, business and engineering. , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, at Troy, N.Y.; coeducational; founded and opened 1824 as Rensselaer School; chartered 1826. It was called Rensselaer Institute from 1837 to 1861. , and received his Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Western New England College Western New England College is a private, independent, coeducational college founded in 1919. Located on a classical 215 acre suburban campus in Springfield, Massachusetts, the College serves approximately 4,000 students on its main campus and at six satellite sites within . He worked as the manager of engineering at Advance Manufacturing in Westfield, for over 26 years. He was also a certified master clock maker.
He taught CCD CCD
in full charge-coupled device
Semiconductor device in which the individual semiconductor components are connected so that the electrical charge at the output of one device provides the input to the next device. classes from 1963-1997, was a member of Roman Catholic Prelature prel·a·ture
Noun 1. prelature - prelates collectively
clergy - in Christianity, clergymen collectively (as distinguished from the laity)
2. of Opus Dei, and was a member of the Cargill Council of the Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus, American Roman Catholic society for men, founded (1882) at New Haven, Conn. (where its headquarters are still located), by Father Michael J. McGivney. in Putnam, CT.
While a resident of Webster Manor, he was president of the resident's council, ran the Rosary group, and welcomed all new residents.
His funeral will be held on Monday, January 19, 2009, from the Daniel T. Morrill Funeral Home, 130 Hamilton St., Southbridge, with a Mass at 10:00 AM in St. Mary's Church St. Mary's Church, or St. Mary the Virgin's Church, or other variations on the name, may refer to: Azerbaijan
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Allegiance Hospice, 67 Middle St., Lowell, MA, 01852.